- Breathe Easier
Your airways constrict when you’re dehydrated, which can make allergy and asthma symptoms worse. By drinking more water, you’ll breathe easier all year round. Plus, even if you aren’t asthma or allergy sufferer, your body will find it much easier to take in more oxygen, which improves all aspects of your health.
- Handle those hangovers
Hangovers are primarily caused by dehydration, due to alcohol being a diuretic. The best thing you can do to prevent them is to drink plenty of water alongside your favorite drink. A great way to remember to do this is to ask for a glass of water every time you order a new drink.
If you’ve still partied a little too hard, these help a lot
Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier
Flyby Alcohol Recovery Pills
- Get smarter
Being even slightly dehydrated impairs brain performance. It can affect memory tasks, shortens your attention span, and it can also alter your mood. Drinking more water will see that your brain functions at its optimum level.
- Feel less fatigued
Did you know that tiredness is one of the first signs of dehydration? Instead of getting your caffeine fix, next time try drinking a glass of water to perk you up (like you would a plant) and see the difference it makes.
Another great reminder product, that also works with any water bottle, is this one
ULLA Smart Hydration Reminder
Drinking more water is one of the best health changes you can make and one where it won’t take long to see the benefits. One of the easiest ways to increase your intake is simply to keep a big glass of water next to your bed overnight and drink it as soon as you wake up, especially as morning is one of the most likely times for dehydration.
Once you get used to being well hydrated and feeling great, you’ll never go back.
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